Poet Patricia Foster McKenley, Reading from ‘Filigree: Contemporary Black British Poetry’, at Ilkley Literature Festival, 14th October 2018. 


‪I’m delighted to share that I will be reading poetry at Ilkley Literature Festival on Sunday 14 October 2018. I’ll be sharing the stage with Maya Chowdhry, Nick Makoha and Rishi Dastidar to promote the new anthology Filigree: Contemporary Black British Poetry, which we will all be published in. 

Edited by Nii Parkes and Inscribe Series/Peepal Tree. Editor Kadija Sesay.

Host on the day is Pete Kalu.

Reading at Ilkley Festival is something I have always wanted to do. Being included in this anthology, which includes a wealth of Black British writers, is a huge honour. I am indebted to Nii Parkes and Kadija Sesay for their brilliant editing, encouragement, nurturing and support. 

Featuring past and present writers from Malikas Poetry Kitchen.

Very excited!

Hope to see you there.
Venue: St Margaret’s Hall, Queens Road, Ilkley LS29 9QL

Date: Sunday 14th October 2018

Time: 4:45pm

Price: £7 / £5

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Black, Bitter And Beautiful – Poets Against Brutality. Evening of poetry in solidarity with #blackpoetspeakout Goldsmiths University, UK‎. Friday 27th February 2015. 18:30 – 20:30 Ft Dorothea Smartt, Sable Poet-in-Residence Patricia Foster, Gemma Weekes, Michael Datcher and MC Kadija Sesay.

Michael Datcher

Michael Datcher

This Friday 27th February 2015, in my role as Sable Poet-in-Residence, I will be featuring in the poetry event ‘Black, Bitter and Beautiful: Poets against Brutality’ at Goldsmith’s University of London,
Lewisham Way, London, SE14 6NW.

The event will be in solidarity with the #blackpoetspeakout and ‘I Can’t Breathe’ movements in The USA.

Featuring on the night:
Dorothea Smartt, Sable Poet-in-Residence Patricia Foster, Gemma Weekes, Tolu Agbelusi, special US guest Michael Datcher, and MC Kadija Sesay.

We will also mark the 50th anniversary since Malcolm X’s death and his legacy.

TICKETS ARE MOVING FAST!

Free Event. Register at http://www.eventbrite.com/e/black-bitter-and-beautiful-poets-against-brutality-tickets-15095992520

For further information:

http://www.gold.ac.uk/calendar/?id=8397

(TONIGHT) ONE LAST LIME – SABLE READING SERIES with Fringe Saint Lucia in East London: Feat. Jane King, Kendel Hippolyte (St Lucia), Gemma Weekes and Patricia Foster (UK). Thursday, June 12, 2014, 6:30 PM

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I am delighted to share that I will be reading poetry on Thursday 12th June 2014 (tonight) at the fabulous event ‘ONE MORE LIME’, in Dalston. Come and join me Patricia Foster, along with some excellent Poets and Writers hailing from St Lucia! Yummy food on sale, as well as open-mic slots.

ONE LAST LIME – SABLE READING SERIES with

Fringe Saint Lucia in East London:

Feat. Jane King, Kendel Hippolyte from St Lucia,

plus two London based performers –

Gemma Weekes, St Lucian novelist, poet and singer

and Patricia Foster, poet and performer from Jamaica.

Thursday, June 12, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM (BST)

Share REALLY good Caribbean food a drink and a chat with editors about publishing your work in SABLE and collect a free Fringe Saint Lucia bag.

For more information visit

http://www.fringestlucia.com/programme/other-uk-events/

http://onelastlime12june.eventbrite.com

Time: Doors 6.30pm – Open Mic
Ends: 9.30/10pm
Price: £3 entry

Venue:
All Nations Café & Bar – Dalston
8 Sandringham Road
Dalston
E8 2LP London
United Kingdom

Trains: Dalston Kingsland-2 mins; 8 mins Dalston Junction
Buses: 30, 38, 56, 67, 149, 242, 277

T +44 (0)207 254 0023 | W http://www.allnationsdalston.co.uk
http://www.sablelitmag.org

https://onelastlime12june.eventbrite.com/?ref=estw